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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 18 June 1903

m = -a . ' . " ',' '"¿. ffe4f5i ¿"-'¿a 1 f r* has * wide reputation M I end well ahftded streets, hat the finest hotel of any town her alee in the South. wonderful paper milla ere from "Greenland's ley moun- ts India's foreign strand." in fact, there a hundred things for the town la fnmoua, and Justly There la one industry In Orange t "which but little has been said els he haa Garden and everywhere been shown. The, honors of prise winning and public attention are about etenly di- vided between Besom and Barytone, the other champion, who occupies rooms on the opposite side of the ken neis. Barytone was Imported last February a year ago by Mr. Farwell, and. since hla advent he has won about as many firsts as Rowton Be- som. They are radically different In some respects and it is hard to de- cide which is the better dog. Sabine Result, another champion and called by many judges the best about Which the owner, through dog In America, was absent In the «se of modesty and self-deprécía- i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 18 June 1903

iff I • ;> ; wm 5 ■'*.1 m ■ fmf* ¿■ÍJ¿« Í¿|5!5S^ ■ ■ £■ Qtye. ^3*ir t ^J\ationaf f^anfit of Grange, 3"«xae. YOUR BUSINESS IS SOLICITED. We Strh* to be Cmtihm. trwist Cir*M awl u Liberal aa CeatMMM wild Abtdate Safaiy. Mrs. T. nle and borne In noon after and being Mr. R. B Ins a |t at ti '$Snd MUI croft. The ladies will spend a days with friends In Houston be continuing their Journey to Navasota. FOR JUNE WEDDINGS cut glass makes the most charm- ing presents* Our stock is very complete in new styles and ar- tistic designs. No other'articles combine the beautiful and the useful- as the' many elegant pieces exhibited by us. Many new pieces just received W. P. McFARLAND JEWELER, Engraver and Diamond-Setter ROBERTSON & BRUCE ATTORNEYS aa, 23, Bancroft Builoinoi ORANGE, TEXAS Classified Advertisements Advertisement* under titus nead.Sc per Une •WANTED—1000 old suits to clean, dye or press. Dawson & Borne, the clothes doctors. New phone 271. tf WANTED—Everybody- to use my lamps ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 19 June 1903

•>' á -m •\ v :M •' /- :w 1P> ™ 18 W. ?JwM1 v 'flwEa , f i l/_ l-_ \^ ai^ÉaJK # " wrWwr c .'íjMf r/ie Dally Tribune will be vé Uve red to your horn* or flaco of business atx days in the weak tor 80 cents ,t month. "V • MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRES8. VOLUME 2 ORANGE, TEXAS. FRIDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 19. 1903. ■tak. WL R THE rATHES OF AMERICAN FINANCE. and the first Secretary of the treasury, organized the finan- cial system of the U. S, What he did for the country you can do for yourself , and the Orange National Bank will help you by offering every inducement possible for the care and safe f keeping of your savings and surplus gt liberal interest. Orange National Bank. í.TTTflSí! = ■ tower and amortmenta are better on manner goods, soch as • Croan Fresxers. Reirlferalers, lee Picks, lee Teafs. Water Coolers, Oil Cook Stoves. ire 9m4i, Hose Reels, Garden Rose, Etc. yon will find in any other place. will cnt no ftmrw on certain <rf mmui r gnoge, as tbey most a. ' '' • sir: A Ho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 19 June 1903

WIN LITHOGRAPHING CO., PUBLWHRm M. Rein, President A. L. Ford, Secretary. ?a|p , at the Postofflce at Orangé, Texas, as Second- Class Mall Matter. One Year . •Six Months Subscription Rates: —16 00 Three Months ... 3 00 One Month ... Advertising Rates on Application. fl 50 50 Issued Every Afternoon at 4:30 O'clock, Sundays Excepted. < I I li ORANGE, TEXAS, JUNE 19, .1903. JACK COMES BACK. In answe,r to the despairing croaks and sputter of an army of spraddling huzzards, the "great financial prophet of the West," Monsieur John W. Gates, has raffled to his flock in this country. His congregation in sore straits. We have noted from some source which we can not now identify that the Gates coterie iblers which were astonishing the world six iths ago With ^heir'extravagant «ways are- now 'barely, able tb buy bit cigars. Such trifling resources as are left them after desperate and misguided plung- ing they have husbanded in the hope of getting on their feet again, as it" is currently bel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 19 June 1903

«v-íi. M*A vmfflWL pPSPwBPP fm '?.Si I IB ~ - ; -■"■ * ' $i> -•' • ,> tfj "01 • «Hí^ W''' ' . . ' ;.í4v. ' . ■ ' ' ' v- . '■ • í ■■ ;• \ : ^ . ■ ■ ', '■V-.v-':."'Ifeví ¿¡i '■ií ■ „ , * • ■ • Wivttiii i I H) " , BLAND « CO. — _ aim, i fe smk; <<wwí*M ■ GRAVES, BLAND 4 CO. Sales Please the People Coming as They do, on i SATURDAY, MONDAY and TUESDAY, -_--v ' " '• 7Aey Appeal to the People on their Most Coven lent Shopping Days. THESE PRICES PREVAIL JUNE 20TH, 22ND AND 23RD. I / V Hi A'V^v.l WASH, WOOL AND SILK SKIRTS. Summer Weights. End ol the Season Prices. All SI 25 Skirts sale price 99c ... .sale price $ 1.99 All 2.50 Skirts All 5.CÍ0Skirts ; .....sale price All 8.50 Skirts .sale pricé All 4.00 Skirts All 4.50 Skirts All 5.00 Skirts All 5.50 Skirts All 7.00 Skirts All 7.50 Skirts All 9.00 Skirts sale price sale price sale price . sale price .^. .sale price sale price .......sale price All 10.00Skirts!... salé price All 11.50 Skirts ....sale price AH 17.508kirts .....sal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 19 June 1903

'i" ski w.«. BH M) M Maju W ■*• nCfU J. O. SIMS, «HtCMMr II SslaMiaM 1889. ____ íRe {3*irst 3\ationaf 3c>an^ of ©n ange, a «xas. yocy/? BUSINESS IS SOLICITED. W« Strtvt t be CfwICM , PrMRpt Cartful and at Liberal ai Couitlaiit with «búlate Safety. Sft¡P& í/ufi ílHJtfTA nftsSSw' ■'i1E.*C ■• COOVRlfiMt S Local and Personal. | Miss Emma Thomas «orne better today. Is reported Jewelry of Sterling Worth in beauty and artistic workmanship, though few in number, are more be- coming than many of tawdry valuer With this end in view we have select- ed our stock for their exclusive value end artistic excellence. There is not one that is cheap or oommon looking, yet we are selling them at prices as low as is asked for inferior grades. W. P. McFARLAND DIAMONDS, WATCHES AND JEWELRY. ROBERTSON & BRUCE ATTORNEYS M, 13. Bancroft Builoinoi owawoc. ti >« Classified Advertisements Advertisements uuder this bead, ftc per Une "WANTED—IOOO old suits to clean, dye or press. Dawson & Borne,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 20 June 1903

MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. ORANGE, TEXAS.*.SATURDAY AFTERNOON. JUNE 20. 1903. TfffHil M • year arder Ithegrephlng Ci THE FATHER OP AMERICAN FINANCE. EHippl W0 J-.' ailjr Grifante. The Dally Tribune *Ht I llvered to your hem* of hualaeaa al day week for 50 ceutn .* 12 ífeif| =3 NUMBER 74 and the first Secretary of the treasury, organised the finan- cial system of the U. 3. What he did for the country you can do for yourself, and the Orange National Bank will help you by offering eve*y'Inducement possible for the care and s^fe keeping of your savings and surplus at liberal interest. The Orange National Bank fe.-1 ¡Pretil Souvenirs for Monday Ever raadv to do anything to adver- tlae Orange and Orange's Industrie*, til* Tribuna man suggested that It would ba a pretty feature of the trip to Beaumont Monday night to deoor ata all who went from here with some sort of distinguishing mark strictly of and for Orange. Superintendent Km- igh of the Orange Paper Mills com- pany. promptly fe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 20 June 1903

:¥K <; L. Ford, w&PI at Orange, Texas, aJ Second* 01ms Mail Matter. = Subscription Ratea: > Tear .|6 00 Three Months .......|1 BO i; Months 8 00 One Month BO Advertising Rates on Application. [ Every Afternoon at 4:80 O'clock, Sundaya Excepted. '• i- ' ORANGE, TEXAS, JUNE 20, 1903. A WORLD'S FAIR EXHIBIT. The public press has been appealed, to to assist in a last desperate effort to raise funds for the purpose of adequate exhibit of Texas resources at the World's r. The papers all along have done what they could, ánd all that they no\\¿ can do is to urge upon the people V importance of-stich an exposition and to rfemint that^the time is short within which the funds not the only cause of and the best people on earth to makes us prosperous. Hght ay be raised—only ten days, in fact. The Texas World's Fair Commission has advancei ie following seven excellent reasons why Texas :iould have a worthy exhibit at the great fair: 1. Texas has more untilled acreage than any State in t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 20 June 1903

graves, bland < co. | /A Successful Innovation Our Big Three Day Sales Please the People graves, bland 4 co Coming as They do, on URDA Y, MONDAY and TUESDAY, They Appeal to the People on their Most Covenlent Shopping Days, SE PRICES PREVAIL JUNE 20TH, 22ND AND 23rd. [ I wash, wool and sue skirts. Sn&ner Weights. Ead ol the Season Prices. All $1 26 Skirts ...... ••• •«•••••••*•>•« • «••••« • «••••* • • • • All 3.80 Skirt# All S.0S Skirt* All B.50 Skirts .. All 4.00 Skirts ... All 4.80 Skirts . All 100 Skirts .. All 5.50 8kirts . All 7.00 Skirts .. All 7.80 8kirts • • • • 4 • , •■••••*• ••••••• • • • • * '• All 9.00Skirts .... . All 10.00 Skirts... All 11.80 Skirts.... All 17.80 Skirts All l&ftOSkirts.... All S&.00 8kirts.... i • *••••••• ......sale price 90c . sale price 9 1.99 . sale pcice ..sale price . sale price ..sale price rrsaVe price sale price ..sale price .sale price .sale price ..sale price ..sale price ..sale price ..sale price ..sale price 2.89 2.68 8.1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 20 June 1903

«... Social and Per- sonal Notes and Timely Topics = All Communication* Intended tot thU de- partment ahould be addreued to Mri. W. C. Eatterlicg. care The Tribune, and to Inture Inasrtlon in the current luue ahould reach 1SU daak not later than Friday noqn. CONDUCTED BY MRS. W C. KASTERUNG Phone 471 m m ■m, á - ONE WEEK m ■r* S8% The Ctty Beautiful. The Civic club 1b meeting this after- noon and planB for the coming clean- ing day are being discussed. Already can be seen the good ef- fects of tb+ agitation for a cleaner city. On every Tilde 1b seen some evi- dence of It In the fast disappearance A from Ihe alleys of the loathsome array of old shoes, dead animals, tin cans and ait kinds of garbage. ' Cuite a number are arranging to have the alley along their property graded and drained and this will cer- tainly be a great improvement. Thla can be done with a very small outlay for fetch property owner. During the past week the secretary received a letter from Louisiana prais- ing the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 20 June 1903

s? Mé:WÍ formed. Ai the at the alUr i church were tura- the beU and lnl- Mr. H«m, the ■poke the 'I pronounce you man wife," th« houao was flooded bright light, but the "B" had van- 1. tor Miss Bancroft was now Mrs. the bridal party entered the le Mrs. J, K. Hockey, a very friend of the bride, In a very voice aang the lovely ballad; Me Thine Own," while Mr*. K. McCullough In her own artls- atyle accompanied hereon the or- k At the conclusion of Mr*. Hockey's •olo. Prof. William WlgnalMwgan the beautiful weddhiK march from Men- delssohn when the ushers, Mffsirs. \V. C. Hugglns, Pobert É. Goree. of Waco, Lovelace Wall,P. B. Chrry, Jr.. Dra. F. "W. Lawsc n and H. B. Seastrunk. came In In pairs, followed by Blssc Maude linyn^rd, of Bastrop, Sue Willie Go- ree, thV groom's sister, of Navasota, and Dr. T. F. Coyle and Chiron Bpooner as attendants. Miss Qeorgla Mom as maid of honor came next, fol- lowed by the dear, dainty little bride leaning on the arm of her father. At the altar the groo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 20 June 1903

í-'v to Start tt Once—Company Controls 210,- 000 Acres of Long Leaf Pine and Will Bnild Mills to Work it Up for Market. Onega Loader. Alexandria and ber Progressive Union have landed an enterprise which will do much toward the upbuilding of that pretty Louisiana city. The following, published in an Alexandria communication to the Times-Democrat under date of June 3, tells the story: "A deal haB just been closed In which local capitalists purchased from the Kirby-Carpenter company, of Michigan, 210,000 acres of long leaf pine timber lands, situated about two miles from Pollock, In Grant parish, The purchasers are J. A. Bentley and E. W. Zimmerman, of Zimmerman, this parish, Paul liisso and D. F. Clark, of Alexandria, and Mr. Beuhler, of Orange, Texas. The price paid for this tract of timber land was |600,- 000. The company to be formed will probably erect a large saw mill at Alexandria with a capacity of between 150,000 and 200,000 feet of lumber per day, and will employ steadily 200...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 20 June 1903

mm i?,-' i ♦ I^BVPON WfLLWMa about thla time of year the tn the city get the country He ta aweary of the nolae and ,and his alrcaaties are bullded the verdant valleys where the homeward fly. where the y nightingale chanta her refrain, the country folk call each oth« . "«!]" and "Hank" and swap chow tobacco and yarn for paatltne. tine a day he la reminded "God made the country and man the town." He la unlike the lit- girl upstairs who waa told not to i afraid of the thunder aa God waa bar. Her reply haa often been i let me com* down and sleep and yon come up and with God awhile!" mm la the met id poll la will the countryman ahould come to etty and see the sight*, hear the and be. Impressed, but what h« its la to eacapo to the quietude of rural district* and be with Qod God's handiwork awhile. He Is with metropolitan aeanet custom*. He y nana to get out the pure air preservan where he drink buttermilk and atudy the of the wabbly, new calf, aaya, "God Almighty flrst • garden"—ant the c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 20 June 1903

*r WWA'i 8Ií¡' ffiPPÍjWí.; Broadway ; '/:■*' '.' ::•' i !!i! J. i,' "■■■■.-■.' < .'■'.. !? IN THE REIN BUILDING. ' «ese iB-JMH HHKML II V,oí V | •, ¿Í | ,p| Irifé^ |0 YOU KNOW WHY some men prosper whilst the others aré driven backward; that some men obtain unprecedented prosperity and others sink into obscurity ? It all hinges upon the pernicious, fatal and infernal credit system. The remedy is as plain as the light of day—boil down into bullion, which gathers these immense accumulations, =========== WHICH MEANS LIVE AND LET LIVE —— . Vi#,' jsJWM,-,,,, Hi I I ' r"' /Wen's ♦ ♦ Completest Stock and Swellest Designs in Town. $10.00, $9.50, $8.35, $7.90, $7.65, $7.00, $6.98, $6.65, $0.45, $6.00, $5.85, $f>.00, $4.90, $4.85, $2.50, $1.95, $1.75, and .down to J $1.25 1 Matting Stock In 40 yards and over 22c acid 12c HT Twrd Pad Locks, 24c .. #2c Butcher Saws .... 95c Food Choppers.. .92c Saw,Sets .. 84c Stretching Seam Drat The lowest price now .... I i undekvcae. About 250 doxen me...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 22 June 1903

a fe® ■.'■ m - .'SsSiv 'X , . w ™ .f'^PSsrSH^M K® Bffif *$'•'$ [■*, * i Wm? \)r': '■v *5, f IK .y1 vi, ' : $ ^ ,Ti , 1 v «... lip '? - € VM® iq$:wM$is :;£wW''>?7 ■■'''■ '«*$? •" ^,H¡' ' *' ;vv>' «fe , m ' MM" 1/ Aál* AJtwftflV* r Tfr filwi I hpptisipiipiS' * •>« > t '4' V." " W; ;J1 M r/ e Dally Tribune will tf live red to your hom* or pit of business six days la the week tor 50 cents n month. JLU. — - I; T^rr- m. member op the associated press. liiiil'til'iiiliiil'iliiiitn BRfct* ORANGE, TEXAS. MONDAY AFTERNOON. JUNE 22, 1903. NUMBER 75 #*• i m THE FATHER 0Í AMERICAN FINANCE. '"•> '$ '"^raf1 ..V ,i% . , : i'l : and the first Secretary of the treasury, organized the finan ctál system of tbe U. 8. Wlist he did for the country you can do for yourself, and the Orange Nátíonal fcank will help y3u by offering- every Inducement possible for the care and safe keeping of your saving's aid surplus at liberal interest. The Orange National Bank. • V f ™ ■■; , i. : ümmKmíMMKmm •V...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 22 June 1903

' -1 \ , y v ■ ■ ? ' V ■ % ■';•• M&. :'l''.' p? iwmPifiAepei iÜf A. L. Ford, Tex* , ss 8eoond< •UrtSr ',9.r 2r Subscription Rates: $6 00 Three Months $1 60 8 00 One Month Advertising Rates on Application. 60 Every Afternoon at-4:30 O'olook, Sundays ORANGE, TEXAS, JUNE 22, 1903. bit or not. whether ■'' HjRRHMR X With Osr Friends «f the Press mm fp'i Masm. ' THE ORANGE PAPER MILLS. The world has not by any means stopped talking of the Orange paper mills and, in natural connection therewith, Orange energy and push. In fact, the great outside world-is now discussing with greater and more deliberate intérest than ever before the solution of the economic prdblems with which Orange money and brains have been busy. The June number of Dixie, the Southern industrial journal,published at Atlanta, is to hand and contains, besides many thoughtful references to the mills and the pFófítáhle utilization of saw niiU waste, a sample sheet of printed paper manufactured by the Orange mills and a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 22 June 1903

'X\ ■ S¡'•, VrA Í j!1';/ ilraRESffRHIl & !:Í1 'li •M: §P life' m ■ IS UMÍ Oolli _ man pt stealing financial character, visitor to Orange, hav- m *i* friends ii the n «M chatting to the the town oí Or- and Southwest Lou- Tenia In general. „ of Orange Mr. Vinton said: ve been coming to Orange for •t Intervale of a few 'érf tine I came, up to years ego. It seemed to roe the had retrograded, but tor the Couple of years the Improvement been so marked It Is simply ti- ling. Every time I com here some new building or other lm- " lOR which seems to. hat* as It ^arere in a night. "I em interested in tice ooKure to large estenf and of course I the |Br of the couptry and oth- is as I pass through and hav : Just returned bom a tour of Texas the coooty look about as B tóe&Kistij kan the average, and It for your Hoe farmers town during the harvesting sea- has two features which ► mors every time I corns shade in from the de> of walking at and looking at the On both aides thoroughfare e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 22 June 1903

mmiB I ■ 1 N. Y. * v* , ■ *ft V*l! fe f v.' fj • ' J' 1 ..t. IN TH mm¡ ¡¿rofw, I H *w .'lW- i A I __ ^ —' w— ' ' • ... • '• v'm-i b:u . \Bi DO YOU KNOW WHY some men prosper whilst the others are driven backward; that some men obtain unprecedented prosperity and others sink into obscurity ? It all hinges upon the pernicious, fatal and infernal credit system. "The remedy is as plain as the light of day—boil down into bullion, which gathers these immense accumulations, «H* & = WHICH MEANS LIVE AND LET LIVE M gin \ Wen's .. Clothing.. Completes! Stock and Swellest Designs in Town. $10.00, $9.50, $8.85, $7.90, $7.65, $7.00, $6.98, $6.65, $6.45, $6.00, $5.85, $5.00, $4.iK), $4.85, .$2.50, $1.95, $1.75, and down to . C. B. ROUSS, " New York City, /V. Y. J1 Big Stock In 40 yards and over 22c and 12c Pw fir* Pad Locks, 24c .. ¡2c Batcher Saws ... 9Sc Food Choppers.. .92c Saw Sets 64c Stretching Seam . The lowest price now ■ .*. ^ip| mmmmm UIIDCKWEAK. About 250 dosen men's Underwear to go...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 23 June 1903

« rf " I ■ %iríkry- sfr< r*—.rirüfcsüt• "ri v^^iry;; "Mr .&■ n?iV-.'...-. ■■ ■ ■ ..y ,:r~: „ .. ,|§w í a IP Wwi HBK/wtt rflJÉln w,....,imw |«¿|m uuiiauaattuw<i<«^ PIK É*| HI®®'- <L¿¿ ®$1SL 1 "■■'! Tbe Dally Tribune will be Uvered to your bom* orpls of business six days in the week for 80 cents a month, I MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PltESS. ¿,:j¿ *..&*t tkrfft.....,.. orange, Texas. Tuesday afternoon, june 23, 1903. number 76 N THE PATHCB OP AMERICAN FINANCE. $&■$# Ííhi. and the first Secretary of the treasury, organised tbe finan- cial system of the U. 8. What he did for the country you can do for yourself. and tbe Orange National Bank will belp you by offering every inducement possible for the care and safe keeping Of your savings and sttrplus at liberal interest. e Orange National Bank. _ 9IJ9HI I. f\J 01 m ' •¡M assortments are better on goods, snch u let Crew Preezsrs, Refrigerators, lot Picks, lee Tongs, Water Coolers, OH Cook Stoves, Wire Oeodt, Hose Reele...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Orange Daily Tribune — 23 June 1903

! J&fc :'-M last ¡Ü fc JNM Subscription Rates |6 00 Three Months .. |1 50 8 00 Ons Month ........',v. 80 Advertising Rates on AppUoatlon. i ,-...yrs n 1 jfirMT^^Tírin11!1!!M^iT^TTr^iMBsrrrMíTT-*———'im/". . 1—«y ——ssssssi'M1'! i1 !!«!■ ■■ Issued Bvery Afternoon at 4:30 O'clock, Sundays Excepted. ORANGE, TEXAS, JUNE 23, 1903. ■'■" 1 '' ' 1 . 1 1 . THE KENTUCKY FEUDISTS. While humanity the world over has stood aghast at' the barbarous treatment of the Jews in Russia, while murder, riot and sedition run rarripant in Servia, and human life is held cheaply everywhere, the skirts of American civilization are far from clean. In reviewing; the shameful state of affairs in a cer- tain portion of Kentucky, the New Orleans Daily States is of the opinion that few more distressing ob- ject lessons of some of the weak points in our system of popular government have been presented than that furnished by the trials in Breathitt county. A reign Of terror has existed in that section of the state f...

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